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Nike Women’s Air Max 1 Cut Out PRM – Black – Volt

August 14, 2014 BY / 0

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Just incase you forgot, Nike has been doing some interesting things for their WMNS lineup, thanks to giving the likes of the Nike Dunk Sky Hi and Nike Air Max 1 a new cut out aesthetic that sees premium panels of leather offset just enough for an accent color to pop through. The cut and sew like tendency of the pair last saw a Metallic Bronze release around the time of the World Cup, but this black and volt aesthetic shares more in common with the Atomic Mango look back in May. What do you think? Get with us after the click for more images and let us know if you’re feeling this pair in the comments.

Nike WMNS Air Max 1 Cut Out PRM
Color: Black/Black-Volt
Style Code: 644398-002


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